• April 21, 2017 | Friday, Noon- roughly 4 p.m.

    Plymouth Trash Bash, April 21 (signup deadline, March 30)

    Plymouth Neighborhood, exact location TBA

    Join with the Green Team to grow in love of our Plymouth neighborhood!

    To commemorate Earth Day, we’re participating in Des Moines’ Earth Day Trash Bash to clean up debris in the Ingersoll area on Friday afternoon, April 21. We’ll kick off with a group lunch and rally at noon downtown at Cowles Commons, after which we’ll head to our assigned neighborhood for approximately three hours of cleanup.

    The city requires participants to have submitted signed waivers by Thursday, March 30. (Click here to access forms.)

    We hope you’ll join us to have a little fun and make a real difference in our Plymouth neighborhood!


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